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Are You Connected

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Use this FREE application to explore the connections between related websites. Touchgraph.com is a fantastic tool to see how connected you really are to the Cyber-World around you. The TouchGraph Browser shows your entire network of connectivity between websites, as reported by Google's, Facebook's and Amazon's database of related sites.



We tried running TechKnowBabble to see how connected we were and the results were quite surprising. To get started with TouchGraph is really very simple. You need to do the following:

Go to the TouchGraph website, select: Google, FaceBook, or Amazon, then run any URL you choose from the internet. Run your Website, your Blog, or any URL you want to find out about! It's a fantastic little tool for also running names, businesses, and even your competition. :-)

Touchgraph has many useful sources of data and information. You will find yourself lost in it's power for hours and still feel like there is more to see and learn. TechKnowBabble rates TouchGraph a 9 out of 10.

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4 comments:

Ashley Drake Gephart said on November 8, 2007 at 11:34 PM  

Brad - I have to admit I am lost with this. I have no idea what to do with the information it produces!

Brad Andersohn said on November 10, 2007 at 8:01 AM  

Ashley - this is more informational than anything else. You can see who's connecting to you and who you're connected to. Is your Blog connected to your website and visa versa? There are many uses for this tool depending on what information you need or are looking for. I was referred to this site by one of the Active Rain heavy hitters. I figured out why once I went and looked at it. Let me know off line if you need more detailed and deeper information. Thanks Ash!

David Small said on November 11, 2007 at 6:03 AM  

Brad,
I'm going to check it out now. I will probably have questions once I take a look at it!

Brad Andersohn said on November 11, 2007 at 10:44 AM  

You'll love this David. It works great with FaceBook as well. If you don't have a profile on FaceBook, just run the Google Option for any website you'd like. You know the one I'm talking about... Thanks David, talk soon! Ciao! B-)